Born in Lubbock, Texas, Dr. Akhil Reddy was a very practical child learning early on in his childhood just what the definition of dedication and hard work meant. As a child alongside his studies he was a member of the Red Cross, enjoyed scouting and playing soccer. Studies took top priority which explains why today he is so accomplished. At a young age The University of the Pacific accepted Akhil into their Accelerated Dental Program where he earned a B.S. in Biological Sciences. Immediately following he joined the doctorate class earning himself a Doctor of Dental Surgery degree. At barely 23, he was awarded his Doctor of Dental Surgery degree from Pacific Arthur A.
Lugano Dentistry school in San Francisco, California. Shortly after graduating he decided to head to Dallas, Texas and kick off his career by opening a dental practice.Later in his career, he expanded his vision to provide dental services to patients at all levels, which is how he is now a renound member of MB2 Dental. Founded in 2009 by Dr. Chris Steven Villanueva DMD, MB2 Dental Solutions provides many services to aid in dental office managing all the while consistantly providing high quality of patient care. MB2 provides dentists many tools with greater areas to practice in all over the U.S. MB2 now has spread its wings with over 75 employees and 60 offices around the country.
Dr. Akhil Reddy, is now serving as director of Just Health 510. Not to forget he is also the receipient of the Michael J. Minch Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Research. Dr Akhil Reddy has published two journals, Looking for the Right Balance between Dentist as Manager and Dentist as Care Provider as well as the Role of the Drosophila Rad51D and XRCC2 homologs in repairing DNA damage.When not found in the office Dr. Akhil Reddy enjoys traveling, searching for great wine buys, lavish styles and spending time with his fiance and his border collie. Dr. Akhil Reddy says he just wants to keep helping out when it comes to rolling out dental health care service plans that do not discriminate against patients based on their socioeconomic status.